The all-new Kia K5 replaces the Optima for 2021. Its new name emphasizes the mid-size sedan's revolutionary design, all-new “N3”platform, turbocharged engines, available all-wheel drive, and high-impact technology. The "N3" platform allows the K5 to sit longer, lower and wider compared to its predecessor, resulting in its aggressive profile and deeper center of gravity for a more exciting driving experience. The open-layout cockpit features a newly designed infotainment display that seamlessly stretches into the instrument panel, creating a futuristic, three-dimensional layout and driver-centric space.
The 2021 Kia Sportage is a carryover after 2020's refresh. Sportage appeals to those who don’t need or want the space of a larger vehicle but place a high value on Kia’s cutting-edge design, available AWD capability and convenience. Available driver assist features include Driver Attention Warning, Lane Keeping Assist, Smart Cruise Control with Start & Stop, Forward Collision Assist with pedestrian detection and high beam assist. Inside, Sportage features a standard 8-inch touchscreen display with AppleCarPlay® and Android Auto™. It is offered in LX, EX, S and SX variants in either front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive.
The 2021 Kia Forte is a carry-over in its third year since the model’s complete redesign for 2019. The Forte continues to be one of the compact sedan segment’s best offerings, with its right-size, tremendous value and excellent design. The 2021 Forte is available in FE, LXS, GT-Line, EX, and GT trims. Standard driver assistance features include Forward Collision Warning, Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist, Lane Departure Warning, Lane Keeping Assist-Line and Driver Attention Warning. The cabin offers spacious rear legroom and headroom, as well as generous cargo space with available 60/40 split-folding rear seats